I managed to find this link: https://medium.com/@jsaito/is-this-my-interface-or-yours-b09a7a795256 which gave these guidelines:
“My” point of view By using “my” in an interface, it implies that the product is an extension of the user. It’s as if the product is
labeling things on behalf of the user. “My” feels personal. It feels
like you can customize and control it.
“Your” point of view By using “your” in an interface, it implies that the product is talking with you. It’s almost as if the product is
your personal assistant, helping you get something done. “Here’s your
music. Here are your orders.”
When to use me: Use I, me, my, or mine when the user is interacting with the product, like clicking a button or selecting a
checkbox. But only add these words if you absolutely need to for
When to use you: Use you or your when your product is asking questions, giving instructions, or describing things to the user. Just
imagine what a personal assistant might say.
So I guess there is no right or wrong answer. But using the guidelines outlined in that article you can deduce your own preference.